KENT BRANTLY, 33 Texas physician worked with aid group Samaritan’s Purse in Liberia, where he was diagnosed and initially treated. Aug. 2: Arrived at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta Aug. 21: Discharged NANCY WRITEBOL, 59 Charlotte missionary worked in Liberia with ministry group SIM when diagnosed. Aug. 5: Arrived at Emory University Hospital Aug. 19: Discharged ANONYMOUS PATIENT Unnamed aid worker in West Africa. Sept. 9: Arrived at Emory University Hospital Oct. 19: Discharged RICK SACRA, 52 Missionary doctor delivered babies in Liberia with ministry group SIM and did not work specifically with Ebola patients. Sept. 5: Arrived at Nebraska Medical Center Sept. 25: Discharged ASHOKA MUKPO, 33 Freelance cameraman worked for NBC in Liberia and was diagnosed in Monrovia Oct. 1 or 2. Oct. 6: Arrived at Nebraska Medical Center Oct. 22: Discharged THOMAS ERIC DUNCAN, 42 Liberian who helped a sick neighbor before visiting his fia - cee in Texas Sept. 19. Sept. 28: Admitted to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas; illness was diagnosed as Ebola two days later Oct. 8: Died NINA PHAM, 26 Dallas nurse who treated Duncan. Oct. 12: Received diagnosis in Dallas Oct. 16: Was sent to National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md. Oct. 24: Discharged AMBER VINSON, 29 Dallas nurse who treated Duncan. Oct. 15: Received diagnosis in Dallas; was transferred to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta Oct. 21: Ebola-free, family said; Emory confirmed Oct. 24 Oct. 28: Discharged CRAIG SPENCER, 33 New York physician treated Ebola patients in Guinea with Doctors Without Borders. Oct. 17: Returned to New York through JFK Airport Oct. 23: Received diagnosis in New York and was admitted to Bellevue Hospital Center. Was in stable condition Oct. 24.

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